Find 2013 Residential Continuing Education
Click here for information on 2013 RCE courses for those needing to find providers still offering old Core and Elective CE. Also see the Live CCB LRB schedule here.
Information on Residential Continuing Education Residential Contractors: Click here
for information on residential continuing education (RCE) which includes what education qualifies, exemptions, or if you have both a commercial and residential endorsement. Information on Commercial Continuing Education Commercial Contractors: Click here
for information on commercial continuing education (CCE) which includes what education qualifies, exemptions, or if you have both a commercial and residential endorsement. How did continuing education start?
In 2007, Oregon Legislature passed House Bill 2654 (2007) requiring the Construction Contractors Board (CCB) to implement a continuing education system for all contractors.
During the same Legislative session, House Bill 3242 (2007) passed separating commercial and residential contractors. This bill contained a prescriptive mandate on continuing education for commercial contractors.
For more than 18 months, the CCB and the Continuing Education System (CES) committee, worked with industry and other stakeholders to develop administrative rules to clarify the overall continuing education program. The commercial rules were completed in October 2008. The Board passed rules covering residential contractors during the hearing on June 23, 2009. Background Paper on CCB's Continuing Education
For more information on how the continuing education program was developed, click here